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‘A Glimpse of China’ with sounds of Cardiff

22 November 2016

Cardiff University Chamber Choir opened a concert celebrating a partnership agreement made between Xiamen and Cardiff Universities.

His Excellency HE Mr Koji Tsuruoka, guests and welcome party at the School of Modern Languages

School of Modern Languages welcomes Ambassador to only Japanese programme in Wales

22 November 2016

His Excellency HE Mr Koji Tsuruoka, Japanese Ambassador visited the School of Modern Languages this month to meet with staff and students who are involved with or studying our Japanese programme.

Bog body featured in Bog Bodies Uncovered

International awards grow for real-life ancient forensic thriller

21 November 2016

A new book that explores the mystery of Europe’s ‘bog bodies’ and sheds new light on our prehistoric past has scooped its second prestigious international award.

Regional Innovation Policies Conference

21 November 2016

Cardiff hosts key event on the role of cities and regions in innovation

Professor WIlliam Housley

Professor awarded prestigious Vincent Wright Chair

21 November 2016

The Vincent Wright Chair is a visiting professorship that promotes academic exchanges between France and Britain.

Grand Challenges - A Route to Multi-Disciplinary, Problem Based-Learning

21 November 2016

Joint Cardiff Business School and British Academy of Management event considers the use of grand challenges as the context and driver for student learning

Annette Morris, Sara Drake and Julie Doughty (left to right) represented the School of Law and Politics at this year's Conference of the Society of Legal Scholars (SLS).

Team of Law scholars present range of papers at annual legal conference

21 November 2016

A team of nine academics from the School of Law and Politics presented papers at this year’s Annual Conference of the Society of Legal Scholars (SLS).

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Trading Room tech partnership extended

21 November 2016

School extends partnership with Market Squared

A driver with whiplash

Damages and Compensation Culture

21 November 2016

With compensation culture in the news and the Government proposing to limit access to the legal system for those who have suffered whiplash injuries, a timely book has been published which features chapters from two academics from the School of Law and Politics. 

The Rt. Hon. Dominic Grieve QC MP at the School of Law and Politics.

“A step too far? Where is international law in the light of Brexit?”

20 November 2016

The Rt. Hon. Dominic Grieve QC MP was welcomed to the School of Law and Politics this November to deliver the School’s annual lecture.